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we hope you'll set your dvr so you never miss an episode. we take attendance every night and when you're not here it upsets us deeply. the o'reilly factor is on tonight. >> i would not just stand there and let them shoot me. i would say, everybody attack him. he may shoot me, but he can't get us all. >> the left calling dr. carson moron and vile for saying that. we'll have analysis tonight. >> i don't believe anything will happen to sergeantberg dal. the fix is in. >> i was right a few months ago. i said the trial for desertion might be a farce. we'll present evidence. also dennis miller has gift suggestions for republican presidential candidates and bill clinton evaluates donald trump on late night tv. >> there is a macho ale peel to
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saying i'm just sick of nothing happening. i make things happen. vote for me. >> caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins now. i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching tonight. violence growing in america. that's the subject of this evening's talking points memo. with the nation locked in on the oregon massacre, violence is once again a hot topic of conversation. the usa is a violent country. our freedoms allow bad people to create criminal enterprises and allows madmen the opportunities to commit atrocious crimes. tough sentencing drove violent down after the crack carnage of the 1990s which made new york and los angeles exceedingly dangerous places.
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they were based on aggressive community policing and controversial tactics like stop and frisk. the left labeled anti-crime initiatives as racist. under president bush the younger they got nowhere. under president obama they have been taken seriously. mr. obama and the first attorney general eric holder believed there was a strong racial element in the american criminal justice system. they ignore the fact that drug dealers have denver stated poor neighborhoods and enslaved millions of minority americans over the years. mr. obama and mr. holder believe selling drug like crack, heroin and meth is not a violent crime. never mind folks addicted to those drugs commit the vast majority of property crimes and child abuse. never mind that drug over doses
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kill thousands of americans every year, that drug gangs in chicago and miami are responsible for an incredible amount of violence. as you need guns to compete in the street drug trade. now just in time the justice department will release 6,000 inmates across the nation, many dope dealers. congress is getting ready to change mandatory sentencing guidelines to help them avoid paying the penalty they deserve. all of the liberal compassion for criminals is having an effect. violent crime is rising quickly as lenient sentencing and anti-police rhetoric kicks in. the murder rate from 2014-15 instructive. in washington, d.c. up 46%. milwaukee, up 68%. st. louis near ferguson up 51%. baltimore up 54%. denver up 75%.
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austin, texas, the murder rate is up a whopping 83%. those are facts. president obama and the left haven't acknowledged them. after the mass prison release this month, expect violentle crime to rise more. the drug trade is violent and everybody knows it. the myth that peddling drugs is nonviolent is dangerous and many of our leaders don't care. that's the memo. for the top story tonight reaction from jason reilly from the "wall street journal" and dr. peter moscows who teaches at john jay college of criminal justice and author of the book "come in the hood." what say you, doctor? >> i think it is a false comparison talking about murders and releasing 6,000 prison fer ners. they are separate problems. a huge problem is we have too many prisoners in america. it is a shame to have more
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prisoners than any country ever. >> why is it a shame if they have -- >> because -- >> wait, wait. they have broken the law at the level of a felony and incarcerated. why is that shame on america? >> they can do their punishment. but we are talking about re-elising them after eight years in prison rather than ten. do you think the extra two years will cure them at a cost of $30,000 per prison fer ner per year? >> i don't care about the money. >> that could go to you, to me. >> the prison expense is far less than the damage that felons do to society. i will tell you this. the message it sends to the criminals is, you know what? it's worth doing the time because i will make $500,000 a year selling dope. >> first of all, we don't do a good job picking out which prisoners will turn a new leaf when they get out. there was a 22002 justice department study of 91,000 suppose tli nonviolent criminals
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released. within three years, more than 20% were arrested for violent crimes including more than 700 murders and more than 600 rapes. >> how many prisoners were studied? >> 91,000 were released. within three years, more than 20% were arrested for violent crimes. >> way back in 2002. somehow president obama has convinced himself -- >> that's not the only example we have. pennsylvania and california have had similar problems with trying to release nonviolent offenders in hopes of alleviating overcrowding in prisons. my bigger problem is why are our sympathies or the administration's sympathies with the criminals instead of with their victims? how are you making life better in the get to for the mostly law abiding resident who is live there. by sending guys back home sooner than later? hillary clinton can complain about mass incarceration. when they get out they are not headed to her wealthy
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neighborhood. they are headed to the get to. >> do you think they should have longer sentences? what's magic about ten years? >> if a criminal is over 55 or something, you might cut them some slack. >> they age out. >> right. the older they get, the less intense the resit vimpl rate will be. you raise a good point. there is justice. if you are selling this poison and you get eight years and ruin thousands of lives it doesn't seem to be justice. >> it's not. this is the problem with the war on drugs. someone else takes their place. we are not dealing with drug use. we've got to regulate this stuff. get it under -- >> no. you can't regulate poison like methamphetamine and heroin. it's destructive on its face. even if you legalize it the damage it does to society will be there. >> what if we could reduce use? >> then you have to get into the
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psychology business because people who use drugs, psychological problems. society can't do it en masse, in my opinion. go ahead. >> my problem is that this is being done by the administration in the name of helping. >> it's a racial deal. >> but going soft on crime doesn't help the black under class. if you go back to the 30s, 40s, 50s, look at the rate blacks were entering skilled professions, increasing years of educati education. that was happening at a faster rate versus decades after that. they were safer black communities with lower crime rates, lower incarceration. >> it was a family more intact. >> an environment conducive to social, economic advancement. we don't have it today. we need to get back. >> last word, doctor. >> new york city reduced incarceration from 1990 to today
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where we sit. new york city saw the biggest crime drop. it showed you can reduce incarceration and crime at the same time. that's what we have to do. >> now everything is on the upswing because of mayor deblasio's criticisms of the police here. that goes along with what we are talking about. you can't have an anti-police administration and expect the police to be aggressive in doing their jobs, in my opinion. very good debate. thank you both for coming in. appreciate it. next, dr. ben carson's controversial comments on the oregon massacre. and miller has gifts for the republican and democratic contenders. we'll be right back. (vo) what does the world run on? it runs on optimism. it's what sparks ideas. moves the world forward. invest with those who see the world as unstoppable.
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it started on fox & friends. >> if a gunman walks up, puts a gun against you and says, what's your religioreligion, that's th ultimate test of your faith. >> i'm glad you asked that question. not only would i probably not cooperate with him, i would not just stand there and let him shoot me. i would say, hey, guys, everybody attack him. he may shoot me, but he can't get us all. >> after that the far left websites went wild calling him names. then the establishment media got involved. >> can you clarify your statements on the oregon shooting? >> what needs clarification? >> i guess the implication that you're saying the students didn't do enough to save themselves. >> i said nothing about them. i said what i would do. >> can you say what you would do? >> i would ask everybody to attack the gunman because he can only shoot one of us at a time. that way we don't all end up dead . >> monica crowley with us. this happened to me. same thing.
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there was no implication that the people who were shot did the wrong thing. it was his opinion that if i'm in this situation, this is what i would try to do. a few years ago i said after a woman was raped and murdered at 4:30 in the morning on the west side of new york city that it's perhaps not good for you to be alone on the west side of new york city at 4:30 in the morning if you are a woman. all the far left liars said i was blaming the victim for what happened to her. exactly what happened to carson. they did it to me to marginalize me, make people dislike me and that's what they did to carson. >> it shouldn't come as a surprise. anybody running for president has to understand every word will be scrutinized and pounded by the left wing media and their opponents. that said, everybody knows what ben carson meant when he said that. >> not everybody. >> my issue is they don't do it to the democrats. they don't pound the democratic
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candidates the way they pound him. ben carson is a self-made black man, a pro life, pro gun conservative who walks the walk and talks the talk. therefore he's got to be destroyed in ways other -- >> they are trying to margin marginalize him. you said everybody knows what he meant and that's not true. most people didn't hear what he said. they weren't watching fox & friends so they get it through the nbc woman, the reporter who said, well, the implication is this. that was an irresponsible question. provocative? yes. but irresponsible. it wasn't the implication. agree? >> i to agree. the other part is how you handle it. most people who didn't see fox & friends get it from the main stream media so how does the candidate handle it? >> he handled it well. >> one reason donald trump, ben carson and carly fiorina are rising in the polls is the way they are handling the press.
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they refuse to play on their turf. they are not bowing and scraping. >> carson said i at any time imply anything. it's what i would do. then idiots, you don't know what you would do. so ridiculous. >> they pushed back. trump, fiorina and carson pushed back, refused to play on their play ground. >> if i were carson at that point this is almost like what he did. i would have said, i didn't make that implication. why are you asking that question? it's not honest. miss monica went on a lavish vacation to europe. >> it wasn't a vacation. >> europe, vienna, salzburg and berlin. they are now experiencing the migrant invasion from syria and other countries in north africa and the middle east. what did you see. >> these are pictures in vienna, the main way station for all of the refugees. very few of whom are staying in aus tree i can't. they are moving to germany.
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what i saw is not a migrant crisis. this is an invasion. are there folks trying to flee war and persecution in syria ? probably. what i saw backs up the stat that 80% of the people coming into central europe are fighting aged males. men between 18 and 45. i saw few women and few children. >> in all three posts. why are they going to germle any? aus tree is nice. >> it's beautiful. but angela merkel threw wide open the doors to the so-called refugees and said you are more than welcome in germany. >> they need workers because the population is aging so that's one reason merkel did what she did. was it out of control? >> in vienna it was well organized. it wasn't a chaotic scene. they have it pretty well under control. upwards of 10,000 to 12,000 muslims are coming in every day.
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they have no intention of assimilating. i talked to a number of international red cross people trying to help them. they said there is a security problem now in communities where the transit points and camps are. the men are bringing weapons in. mostly knives. they are threatening people trying to help them. there is a security issue in terms of rapes happening there. child abuse, theft. they have upped the military and police presence. germans and austrians who live close to the areas are saying now our personal security is being threatened. our wives can't walk alone at night. we can't send our kids on the buses tole school because the roving gangs are all around. very serious situation. >> obviously. okay. next, beau bergdahl. we have information on his case. and property being removed
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32 hearing bill you referred to was favorable and when the defense mr. fidel and company presented the information is the story is bowe bergdahl deserted his post to go 19 miles to find a general to report the wrongdoing in his chain of command. they say that mitigating circumstance will be what's necessary to allow for general abrams the deciding official to say he's suffered enough. nothing more to see here. time to move on. perhaps a less than honorable, dishonorable discharge. >> that's what i think will happen, too. the excuse that bergdahl went 19 miles into apache territory which is what they call the bad guy territory to report some disenchantment he had with the american command. >> that's correct. >> nobody will guy that. it makes the army look foolish. >> it's a lie, bill. >> can't they come up with a
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better excuse? >> no, they can't. catherine harris reported time and again the factual evidence telling us what happened time and again. this is what's going on. you see his defense attorney doing his job, trying to try this in the media. he says the prosecution didn't push back. they did. they laid out what happened. this is the kicker. his personal judgment and decision jeopardized the overall mission from one of the senior generals. nothing changed here. let's divide the court-martial which will happen and what the punishment should be. fidell is trying to blur it together. i think the army will move forward with a level of accountability first. then decide what the punishment should be. >> i'm not sure the army will do the right thing. the fact that at this point we have a crazy story, look.
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i feel bad for the guy who was tortured by the taliban. that will be the mitigating circumstance. >> after the court-martial. he was tortured. you want to put him in jail. it was his own fault. he was tortured. another case that's troubling. >> army green beret sergeant charles martin roughs up an afghan official because the afghan was raping a little boy which is common in afghanistan which is common, as horrible as it is. so this green beret did the right thing and the army is punishing him. >> it's bizarre. i and others come through the army trying to defend core values. one is in a situation like that you defend those you are trying to protect. children in afghanistan are part of who we are trying to protect. you have one of these thugs and the homosexual, pedophile acts
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are common there. this sergeant stood up for our values of what we believe to be correct and what happened is he was given a letter of reprimand. the term is bad paper. because the army is trimming down any piece of bad paper even in this case where it was not deserved. >> i understand they are back pedalling. >> they say you have 60 days to get the bad paper removed. he may still get kicked out. >> no. if he does i will go on a jihad against the army. >> i'll come with you. >> they have to right this wrong. they should promote him. >> make him a sergeant major. absolutely. >> thank you very much. the factor moves along. bill clinton on late night tv
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or shoots down an american drone. when an american president indicates he'd rather accept humiliation than responsibility, you can be sure he's going to be humiliated some more. joining us now, lindsey graham and john mccain. >> presidential has been. >> okay. >> what do the democrats on your committee say about this unbelievably deteriorating situation in syria? what do they say? >> a number of them say they are concerned. others continue to sort of deny that we need to get involved in any way. there is also a number of them take their lead from people like mr. ernest who said today putin wasn't playing chess. he was playing checkers.
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if mr. putin is playing checkers we are playing tiddly-winks. some of them are better than others but there is no cohesion there. >> this is a national security issue. fair-minded people know we are in trouble. this country is in trouble overseas. yet again you don't see any kind of unification in the house or senate that's saying to president obama, you have to change this, stop backing away. it is still divided. why? >> a lot of democrats are afraid to come forward and challenge policies because where is joe biden? hillary clinton? the democratic leader of the armed services committee was scolding the administration. don't withdraw all your troops in afghanistan. but generally speaking i would
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say most democrats don't want anything to do with syria and some republicans like rand paul and donald trump, quite frankly say just leave it alone. it's not just immigrants or some republicans. >> it looks like our politicians in the senate and house are playing politics with this issue. okay? the national security is being damaged. i think you would both agree. national security of the united states being damaged. correct? >> correct. >> all right. >> in the historic fashion. >> we can't come together in washington, the politicians elected to sefb and say to president obama who is really out there on foreign policy. you've got to stop. you're got to change. we are not seeing that. it's still a partisan issue. >> it's still mainly a partisan issue. full disclosure i have to say some republicans are more interested in continuing to cut
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defense than they are aware of what everybody knows is the greatest series of crises that we have seen since the end of world war ii. so we republicans need to get our act together and demand that we re peel sequestration which is decimating our military and have a strategy we can support. lindsey graham and i have a strategy but there is none from the democrats because there is none from their president. >> is putin crazy, senator graham? is he a loon? will he shoot down a drone or act. at an american fighter? >> i hope he doesn't take alaska back, the way things are going. putin saw an opening and took it. he doubled down on assad. we have abandoned our friend s in syria. putin made a smart move.
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he has iranian, syria, russian ground troops. this is the tale of two presidents, putin is desigh si and obama is weak. it hurts us for assad to stay in power. the war never end s. he's a magnet for re krutment for isil and syrians won't accept him so the refugees continue to flow. he's walking all over obama. >> do you think putin is provocative enough to attack an american war plane, senator mccain? >> i think he probably could. it would not as ststo sto -- as niche me. when the president sits down with putin for 90 minutes and then 48 hours later a russian general shows up at our embassy in baghdad and says we are starting air strikes in one hour. you better get out of the way, the united states has not been humiliated like that in my
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15 years and counting. >> thanks for staying with us. i'm bill o'reilly. miller time tonight. presidential politics getting bizarre. donald trump sent senator marco rubio some bottled water. mocking the senator's thirst during the debates. >> you got a package. you didn't know this? >> i found out about it this morning. >> donald trump says you sweat too much and drink too much. >> yeah. >> water. >> drink too much water. >> what came in the package? >> i didn't see it. it's high quality water. apparently evian are losers. >> they have a towel. how do you feel? >> he talks about how young you look. >> it is what it is. yeah, i tring water, so what. i only sweat when it's hot. >> here in new york city, saying only drinks water when it's hot. >> i'm in town. i came to see "cats" and they
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closed it on me. >> five years ago. >> i'm going to see "miss saigon" and i went to get the tickets. i had a picture taken with a topless eleanor roosevelt look alike. >> what a thrill that must have been. what tip did you give her? >> two tips. >> okay. >> so you have come up with in addition to water to senator marco rubio, you want to give gifts to others. >> i wrote them down. >> i put a christmas list together. i like rubio. that's how you should take it. they are important people. they lost their sense of humor. i like that he was cool. the first thing i will give all 20 candidates and there are -- >> counting the democrats. i have 24-bottle case, 16.9 ounces in each bottle.
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i got all 20 of them a case of john boehner's tears from the last two days. the rest of it, we took down to panama and filled up. >> that's a collector size. you can get money on ebay for that. >> that's what i got everybody. donald trump got a bumper sticker saying my other plane is air force one. he's the only guy who will be president, slumming it on the plane. bernie sanders, a bill for half of what he has. >> he wants way more than half. >> give me half your stuff and we'll go from there and i don't mean that pomade on your hair. biden, i will remind him his plugs are as bad as proxmyer. he looked like a squid sucked his head. biden is better off. hillary. what do you get for the girl who has everything now that kevin
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mccarthy said that? do you believe how stupid that was? >> right. >> i have kevin mccarthy a selfie stick with the words "i'm with stupid." that was an idiot thing to do. those are some of the gifts i got. >> you got hillary what? >> i got her -- you can't get her anything. she has everything now. mccarthy gave her that. >> maybe a gift certificate to ann taylor. she needs outfits. >> jim taylor from the old packers. >> with paul horning? >> 1403 yards out of the fullback position. >> william proxmyer? we are going for a demographic here. >> i have been frozen in ice for 30 years. i'm thawed out. >> you said ann taylor. i had to pull something out. >> can you get 50 years?
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you know? name three people -- >> two people get it. you're one of them. you write the checks! don'tle ye yell at me . >> i barely got proxmyer. wasn't he in the civil war? >> i had great stuff on the u.n. >> put a saudi in charge of the human rights commission. >> next uple they will get the ghost, grand kids and take over for a while. they have a bunch of fat jerks in fezes beating parking tickets. i thought the guide book was spineless. good night. >> of course the haitian secret police. >> no, no. >> get miller out. >> all right.
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back of the book segment. did you see that? last night bill clinton talked about donald trump on late night tv. >> why do you think trump is doing so well? >> because he's a master brander. he's the most interesting character out there. and because he says something that override it is id logical differences. it may have a short half life,
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his campaign. i can't tell you. he's a master brander and there is a macho appeal to saying, i'm just sick of nothing happening, i make things happen, vote for me. >> what mr. clinton didn't talk about much is his wife. by the way, i think he need s a cheeseburger, don't you? couple of burgers for the president. looks a little -- all right. here to explain this, martha mccallum, a close personal frent of colbert. how do you have president clinton on and not ask about hillary clinton? >> the only rechbs to hillary, bill said he thought he 'd vote for the nice lady he saw singing on "saturday night live." pretty much the only reference we got. val, the bartender. when you talk to a former president and there are two categories. there is news and late night entertainment host which is a different category. when you talk to somebody like bill clinton or any former
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president there is a respect for this statesman. i don't think you can treat bill clinton like a statesman. he is running to be back in the white house. he is part of the ongoing race now. opportunities to give him questions about the foundation. they talked a lot about the foundation. >> you're one of colbert's best friend. >> he has many friends. i'm just one of the friends. >> you're just one of friends? >> yes. >> okay. >> then why didn't he ask those questions? >> and it's a very valid question. if you're going to be nice to bill clinton, you've got to be nice to donald trump. >> this is speculation. i don't know this, okay. but i think they made a deal. okay. >> no hillary questions. you have a guy like bill clinton, one of the smartest guys in politics in the country. and you ask him no questions about his wife's campaign? >> there were plenty of questions about the campaign.
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how can you talk to hillary without talking about the foundation. i mean, it's sort of bound to come up. >> you don't ask about this area? and colbert says okay, all right. >> i don't know about that characterization, but, you know, listen to me. here's where i would criticize. when you bring donald trump on, if you're going to be kid gloves with bill clinton and respectful to him, when trump was on, he went for the most embarrassing possible question you could ask him about obama's birthplace. he said do you believe he was born in this country? >> that's my point. let's go to oklahoma. oklahoma removed the ten commandments, all right, from the state capitol building. >> they did. >> why did they do that? >> wellings because they fought it out in the supreme court. >> of the state. >> of the state. >> right. >> there's two way it is decision can come down. either the supreme court in the state, or in the country in some
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cases, decides that the granite monument that's there is either historic or it's religious. and the court in oklahoma determined that it was religious. >> now, how can they do that? in the u.s. supreme court what is posted on the wall? >> the ten commandments. so how can the oklahoma supreme court not know if the u.s. supreme court has this? >> they found in texas that they could leave them there. they're saying they were founded on judao christian principles as part of our history. >> we're not talking massachusetts here. >> the governor of oklahoma wants to see if she can get an amendment to the constitution to leave it there. >> and i'm sure she'll be able to. >> they don't want to cause a big scene. they to the think tank. >> thank you for making that point.
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